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Compare energy retailers in SA

The following comparison is a general guide of what brands are available in South Australia. Always check on the provider's website if your postcode is covered.
Name Product Electricity availability Gas availability Features Customer service rating More details Details
Origin
Origin
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
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No exit fees or lock-in contracts on most of their market offerings.
AGL
AGL
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
More infoView details
Energy Australia
Energy Australia
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT
NSW, VIC, SA, ACT
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
More infoView details
Powershop
Green Company
Powershop
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
VIC
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Enquire now
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2020 Finder Green Award Winner (Traditional brand).
Energy Locals
Green Company
Energy Locals
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT, TAS
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Go to site
More infoView details
2020 Finder Green Award Winner (Retail brand)
Kogan Energy
Kogan Energy
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
VIC
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
N/A
N/A
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Go to site
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Alinta
Alinta
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC, SA, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Enquire now
More infoView details
OVO Energy
OVO Energy
NSW, QLD, SA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
N/A
N/A
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Go to site
More infoView details
Carbon-neutral provider with no exit fees. You can also earn interest if you use less than your ‘calculated average’. Go to site to learn more.
Dodo
Dodo
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
More infoView details
Power Direct
Power Direct
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Enquire now
More infoView details
Lumo Energy
Lumo Energy
VIC, SA
VIC
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Enquire now
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Simply Energy
Simply Energy
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC, SA, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
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Name Product Electricity availability Gas availability Features Customer service rating More details Details
Origin
Origin
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
More infoView details
No exit fees or lock-in contracts on most of their market offerings.
AGL
AGL
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
More infoView details
Energy Australia
Energy Australia
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT
NSW, VIC, SA, ACT
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
Go to site
More infoView details
Red Energy
Red Energy
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Enquire now
More infoView details
Simply Energy
Simply Energy
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC, SA, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
  • Credit card fees
More infoView details
Alinta
Alinta
NSW, VIC, QLD, SA
NSW, VIC, SA, WA
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing

Customer service rating

Customer service rating
  • GreenPower
  • Solar
  • Monthly billing
Enquire now
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Best energy retailers that are available in South Australia

Although there is no 'best' retailer, to give you a general guide, we looked at the 10 largest electricity retailers that are available in South Australia (by customers) and ranked them by the smallest proportion of complaints to a retailer's total customers in Australia.

  1. Diamond Energy
  2. Powershop
  3. Locality Planning Energy
  4. amaysim
  5. Origin Energy
RetailerNumber of customersNumber of complaintsComplaints as a proportion of customers
Diamond Energy9,661230%
Powershop52,8711691%
Locality Planning Energy26,2531180%
amaysim Energy95,2121,2031%
Origin Energy1,831,94826,5981%
Dodo47,8397822%
EnergyAustralia1,044,38417,8062%
1st Energy16,0963952%
AGL1,390,01741,7033%
Alinta Energy352,67913,7824%

Source: AER, Annual retail markets report 2019-20 (Table 2.1 & 5.2)

Is electricity expensive in SA?

1Our research found that the average quarterly electricity bill in Australia is around $351. Among the four states, SA has the most expensive rate at $422 per quarter.

StateAverage quarterly billAnnual bill
New South Wales$357$1,428
Victoria$348$1,392
Queensland$331$1,324
South Australia$422$1,688

1.Average bills per state are based on Finder's Customer Sentiment Tracker. Finder's Consumer Sentiment Tracker takes responses from 16,000 Australians to get an average figure. The last number was last checked in March 2021. We will continue to update this data.

Is gas expensive in SA?

1Our research found that the average quarterly gas bill in Australia is around $213. SA came in slightly cheaper at $207 per quarter.

StateAverage quarterly billAnnual bill
New South Wales$195$780
Victoria$243$972
Queensland$183$732
South Australia$207$828

1.Average bills per state are based on Finder's Customer Sentiment Tracker. Finder's Consumer Sentiment Tracker takes responses from 16,000 Australians to get an average figure. The last number was last checked in March 2021. We will continue to update this data.

Electricity and gas providers in SA

South Australia residents can choose from the following energy retailers:

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AGL
Alinta
amaysim
Amber Electric
Click Energy
Diamond Energy
Discover Energy
Dodo
Energy Locals
EnergyAustralia
Lumo Energy
Momentum Energy
Origin Energy
Powerdirect
Powerclub
Powershop
QEnergy
ReAmped
Red Energy
Simply Energy

Main energy plans in SA

Here are some of the main electricity plans in South Australia:

AGL - Essentials

Fixed rate power, with rates no longer fixed after 12 months. There are no exit fees, and you get the choice between 10% to 100% GreenPower. Linking your flybuys card can earn you points when paying your bill.

Energy Australia - Total Plan Home

The Total Plan will give you fixed energy rates plus a guaranteed whole bill discount for the first 12 months you're connected. If you opt in, your plan will switch to carbon neutral after 6 months, and you can choose anywhere from 10% to 100% GreenPower.

Origin - Go

Get fixed rate power and flexible billing options, with rates turning variable after 12 months. If you're after GreenPower, you can choose between 25% and 100%. Linking your Everyday Rewards account will net you bonus points, 25% GreenPower for free, and additional points when paying your bill.

Powershop - Shopper Market Offer

Receive variable rate electricity without any connection fee for moving, plus monthly billing and flexible payments. If you pre-purchase power via "Powerpacks" on the Powershop store, you can get a discount on energy. 100% GreenPower is available.

Lumo Energy - Lumo Plus

Variable rate power with quarterly billing and e-communications. There's no lock in contract, and you can pick up 10% GreenPower, if desired.

Note: Plan information last checked on March 2021.

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What type of energy discounts do providers in SA offer?

To help you find out what energy discounts are available to you, we searched through all the energy plans available to South Australians. These are the major discount types on offer:

  • Guaranteed discount. A very reliable type of discount which doesn't require any special conditions and always applies.
  • Direct debit discount. Paying automatically by direct debit will save you a certain percentage off your energy bill.
  • Pay on time discount. If you pay every bill on time, you'll get an ongoing discount. Missing a bill or paying late removes this.

The most common type of discount in South Australia is a guaranteed discount. Discounts usually only apply for a set period of time and then expire, something known as the benefit period.

Discount typeExampleProviders that offer the discount
Pay on time discountsDiscount on total bill
Discount on total usage
Diamond Energy
Elysian Energy
Direct debit discountsDiamond Energy
Guaranteed discountsDiscount on total billEnergy Australia, Powerdirect
Other special discountsMega Pack
Free Power Bonus
Everyday Rewards extras
Powershop
Energy Locals
Origin Energy

Last checked March 2021.

How much is the energy rebate in SA?

A rebate or concession is an amount of money refunded on your energy bill. To get a rebate, you'll usually need to meet a certain condition, such as being a concession card holder.

Your rebate will either be a flat dollar amount or a percentage of your bill. To see what South Australia has available, check out our guide to energy rebates and concessions under the South Australian section.

When are off-peak and on-peak periods in SA?

Like many states, South Australia splits power use into two periods: peak and off-peak. Unlike other states, though, very few retailers offer time-of-use tariffs that actually differentiate pricing between these periods, and will usually only sell them to businesses. Here's how they're defined for the plans that do:

  • Peak. 7am - 9pm on weekdays. Period of highest demand and therefore highest prices.
  • Off-peak. All other times (9pm - 7am weekdays, all weekend). Lower power demand across the state, meaning lower power prices.

How to read a meter in SA

A meter reading can be carried out either by you or a qualified technician. The technician route is simple, only requiring you to make sure the technician can access your meter easily alone. A smart meter cannot be manually read.

Before reading your own meter, do a quick safety check. Inspect the meter and its housing for any signs of damage from water, animals, or melted and burned pieces. How you read your meter will depend on what kind you have, explained in our meter reading guide in more detail.

  • Smart meter. These take usage readings about every 30 minutes. You can't read them manually, and must log into your retailer's page and request a usage chart.
  • Clock face meter. Write down the number on each clock face from left to right. When dials are between two numbers, take the lower. Don't read the dial labelled 1/10. Your usage will be your meter reading minus the reading from your previous bill.
  • Electronic meter. Pressing the "display" button should show your usage, potentially cycling through several different readings. Note them all down.

How often will you get your bill?

Electricity bills in South Australia are required to be delivered every 3 months at least, but retailers may decide to deliver them monthly instead. Here's how three big energy providers handle billing in the state:

  • Origin. Bills come monthly on the Origin Max Saver plan. Bills will not be mailed in paper form as part of this plan, only sent via email.
  • Energy Australia. The No Frills plan only offers quarterly billing, not monthly. Getting a paper bill delivered will attract an extra cost over having it emailed.
  • AGL. With AGL's Residential Essential Savers Plan, you'll get a bill quarterly by default but can choose to go monthly instead. Bills are sent regularly by email or mailed out for an additional charge.

How do you connect electricity in SA?

Moving house requires you to cut off power at the old address and switch on the lights at the new one. Failing to update your energy accounts may result in you paying for other people's usage. Here's how you can handle it:

  • Use the previous provider. If you're a fan of your current energy plan, just contact your retailer and let them figure out the move for you. Just remember that you might not be able to access your old plan at a different property.
  • Get your agent or landlord to do it. Renters will sometimes have their energy account be the responsibility of their landlord. That means you can talk the details through with them and let them handle the business of switching, including any applicable fees.
  • Compare online. Moving house is an excellent time to review your power plan and maybe switch to something better. You may be able to get a better deal than what you have now by comparing online, allowing you to save money on future bills.

South Australians who don't sort out their energy account when moving in may receive "dear customer/occupier" letters from the current supplier of power to the property. Ignoring these letters can result in your utilities being cut off, so make sure you sort your energy arrangements as soon as possible.

In South Australia, there is only a single electricity distributor, SA Power Networks. They will charge you a fee for connecting and disconnecting your properties as shown in this table.

DistributorConnection/disconnection fee
SA Power Networks$50.25

How to get cheaper energy

  • Compare base rates. The actual amount you pay per unit of energy is the most important part of an energy plan. After all other discounts and features have been accounted for, lower base usage rates generally mean cheaper electricity.
  • Examine discounts. Discounts are offered as conditional, where you have to meet certain conditions for them to apply, and guaranteed, which apply no matter what. Both only apply for the benefit period listed on your contract, though guaranteed discounts are usually better.
  • Tariff alternatives. Rather than sticking to a default single rate, you might consider a time of use tariff depending on when you use your energy. If most of your energy use is in the morning and early afternoon, a time of use tariff can help you save by splitting the day into more expensive peak times and cheaper off-peak periods. Primarily off-peak power usage may translate to a smaller bill.
  • Review plans regularly. Staying on a plan for a long time doesn't usually bring any advantages, since variable rates can change and benefit periods expire after a year or two. Shopping around for a new energy plan every year or so can help you secure a better deal on your energy.

Key terms in SA

1. Understand these terms before you compare

To ensure you have access to the best electricity deals, here are the key terms you should understand and look out for:

2. Review your personal needs

The more competitive the energy market in South Australia, the more choices you have as a consumer. Lots of providers offer discounts, tailored plans and special offers depending on when and how you use your electricity and gas, so taking your personal needs into account is essential to getting the best deal. Before buying, ask yourself:

  • What time of the day do you use the most electricity and gas?
  • Are you happy to pay by credit card if it means you can receive a discount? Or do you want to pay through direct debit?
  • Do you prefer a single rate tariff? If you are generally always home, this might be the way to go.
  • Would you rather a tariff that changes based on the time of day? If you're only home at later times, it might be worth considering a 'time of day' tariff.

Knowing the answer to these questions should make it much easier to find the cheapest electricity plans in SA.

3. Compare plan features

If you're ready to compare plan features, here's what to look for:

FeatureDetails
Tariff optionsYou can usually choose between a single rate tariff or one that charges you a time of use tariff.
DiscountsYou can get discounts for paying on time, for signing long-term contracts and for bundling gas and electricity plans together. Many energy plans offer discounts — the key is to find one that extends its discounts to customers beyond the first stages of your contract.
Cancellation feesWatch out for policies with termination fees. This can range from around $40 to $100 and will be specified in your contract. No-lock-in contracts are a viable alternative if you don't want cancellation fees.
PaymentIf you're not sure you will be able to pay bills on time with one form of payment, go for a flexible plan. If you want to save, you can often get a discount for paying with a credit card.
Digital energy toolsYou can measure your energy consumption with a range of apps and online tools. Knowing exactly what and where your energy use comes from could help you find a better deal in the future.

How to compare electricity

Consider adding in definitions of "standing offer", "reference price", and "default market offer (DMO)" instead of leaving in a separate section. Also consider cutting or condensing entries like tariff types and termination fees (almost no energy plans have fixed contracts with exit fees).

Switching

Your choice of retail provider can make a noticeable difference to the size of your energy bill. Once you've compared electricity and gas plans and chosen a new provider, it's relatively easy to switch. It's simply a matter of applying with the new provider and cancelling your existing plan. Your new provider should generally be able to supply your energy by the next day.

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Compare electricity retailers and prices in South Australia April 2021

Based on the AER annual model usage in the SA Power Networks network, the AER reference price is $1,832 / year.

Energy prices change regularly in VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, ACT and TAS. Our pricing and estimates below may not always take these possible changes into account, so please confirm plan details and pricing with the provider before making a decision.

Name Product Features Reference Price Estimated Quarterly Price Reference Price Description Reference Price Desc Mobile More details
Total Plan Home
Customer service rating
EnergyAustralia
Customer service rating
No exit fee
Has discount
GreenPower
Solar payback available

13% less

than the reference price

$398

Includes GST
With Total Plan Home, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,592 which is 13% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With Total Plan Home, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,592 which is 13% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
Shopper Market Offer
Customer service rating
Powershop
Customer service rating
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower
Solar payback available

13% less

than the reference price

Further 5% off the reference price for Pre-payment.
$374

Includes GST and conditional discounts
Shopper Market Offer is 13% less than the reference price for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network. If you qualify for all discounts, the lowest annual cost is $1,496 (a further 5% below the reference price). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
Shopper Market Offer is 13% less than the reference price for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network. If you qualify for all discounts, the lowest annual cost is $1,496 (a further 5% below the reference price). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
Residential Essentials - No Exit Fee
Customer service rating
AGL
Customer service rating
No exit fee
Has discount
GreenPower
Solar payback available

13% less

than the reference price

$398

Includes GST
With Residential Essentials - No Exit Fee, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,592 which is 13% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With Residential Essentials - No Exit Fee, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,592 which is 13% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower
Solar payback available

23% less

than the reference price

$352

Includes GST
With The One Plan, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,408 which is 23% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With The One Plan, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,408 which is 23% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
ReAmped Advance | Anytime
Customer service rating
ReAmped Energy
Customer service rating
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower
Solar payback available

24% less

than the reference price

$346

Includes GST
With ReAmped Advance | Anytime, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,384 which is 24% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With ReAmped Advance | Anytime, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,384 which is 24% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
Kogan Energy Market Offer
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower
Solar payback available

22% less

than the reference price

$356

Includes GST
With Kogan Energy Market Offer, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,424 which is 22% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With Kogan Energy Market Offer, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,424 which is 22% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
SA Virtual Power Plant - Anytime
Customer service rating
Energy Locals
Customer service rating
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower

22% less

than the reference price

$356

Includes GST
With SA Virtual Power Plant - Anytime, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,424 which is 22% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With SA Virtual Power Plant - Anytime, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,424 which is 22% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
1st Saver Plus - Single Rate
Customer service rating
1st Energy
Customer service rating
No exit fee
Has discount
GreenPower
Solar payback available

4% less

than the reference price

Further 10% off the reference price if you always pay on time.
$393

Includes GST and conditional discounts
1st Saver Plus - Single Rate is 4% less than the reference price for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network. If you qualify for all discounts, the lowest annual cost is $1,572 (a further 10% below the reference price). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
1st Saver Plus - Single Rate is 4% less than the reference price for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network. If you qualify for all discounts, the lowest annual cost is $1,572 (a further 10% below the reference price). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
Lumo Plus
Customer service rating
Lumo Energy (SA)
Customer service rating
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower
Solar payback available

8% less

than the reference price

$423

Includes GST
With Lumo Plus, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,692 which is 8% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With Lumo Plus, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,692 which is 8% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
Residential Market
Customer service rating
Dodo Power & Gas
Customer service rating
No exit fee
No lock-in
GreenPower
Solar payback available

3% less

than the reference price

$445

Includes GST
With Residential Market, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,780 which is 3% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
With Residential Market, for a residential customer who consumes 4000 kwh a year on a flat rate tariff in the SA Power Networks network, the lowest annual cost is $1,780 which is 3% less than the reference price (including any discounts). Your actual bill will differ, based on your actual usage and tariff type.
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Prices last checked on April 2021 and are subject to change. You can compare plans by price using our engine below. Please use our engine for a specific comparison in your postcode.

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Important notes: The estimated price we show by default is based on a single rate tariff. On your bill this might be known as a 'peak tariff', 'peak only' or an 'anytime tariff'. There are other tariff types available to customers and you may need to contact your provider if you are on these tariffs:

  • Single rate with a controlled load
  • Time of use
  • Time of use with a controlled load

The price estimate should not be used as an official quote, but an indication of what your costs may be on the plan. It varies based on whether you provide us with your bill details. You can learn more here.

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